I’m a curious geek…I get some of my kicks out of testing the latest and greatest from all the OSX and iOS developers out there, and there are a lot with 2 million on Apple’s App store. However every so often I catch myself and take a look at the app “bloat” I have accumulated.
As a professional Architect who uses Apple tech day to day, I am always looking for suitable digital alternatives to my traditional design workflow. There is still a uniqueness to hand drawing with pen and paper. It provides a natural, effortless and fast way to explore or explain design concepts. With the introduction of the iPad Pro
Trello is an iOS and web based application that provides a visually biased solution for projects and associated lists. It is a great collaboration tool allowing members to participate on the projects created. “Trello lets you work more collaboratively and get more done.” I personally use this independently for a number of projects. I have provided
I have previously used DayOne to record my professional daily routine to assist with time record for billing purposes. This approach was short lived as I soon returned to using the visual interface of Fantastical2 and its ability to use native language text entry. Now using DayOne2 for journaling the build and modifications I am doing to my
I have recently started to explore how Trello could become part of my daily workflow. I manage a lot of digital information in both my private and professional life and my leaning is towards the “visual” which Trello does well. It has now become my anchor app for Marketing and Business Development tracking as
I wanted to give John Gruber credit for this article which besides a great read was part of my research before committing to Apple’s iPad Pro. Thanks John
Readdle has just updated its email application Spark for the iPad. My dilemna was that I have been using the excellent iOS Outlook for my numerous email accounts and the experience has been great, so why make the change? As an iPad Pro user I am always looking for new apps that take advantage of the screen
I used to use a Wacom tablet for creative apps on my Mac and it was great. The pressure sensitivity their stylus provides together with the controls customization is why Wacom is a creative industry stalwart. However…step forward the iPad Pro. Now I have a glass interface coupled with just the Apple Pencil that
Check out this detail rich article from Frederico Vittici. His articles helped me make the change and his reviews continue to provide me with ideas on how to improve my workflow.
Frederico Viticci at MacStories on how to make your iPad work harder…Workflow enhances iPad capabilities